It is often said that the medium of comics, animation or video game is the prerogative of the male artists. Yet like the famous Gallic village that resists the Romans, the U.S. group “Girls Drawin’Girls” composed exclusively of “Girls who draw girls” actively involved in balancing the trend. No protest or activist this bunch of girls who define them even simply as “independent, sensual, offset, different, accepting their sensuality and sexuality”. This show brings together more than a hundred girls spread around the world who work in animation, video games and comics, and under the banner “Girls Drawin’Girls”.
For the first time, “Girls Drawin’Girls” left the United States and arrived in Paris to present a series of Pin Up (drawings, watercolors, gouaches and digital) specially made for Arludik gallery. The founder Melody Severns, accompanied by some girls in the group will travel to participate in the opening of the exhibition’s most glamorous of the year.
Opening and book signing Thursday, May 9 from 18:30
Thursday, May 9th, 6:30 – 9PM
12 Rue Saint-Louis en l’Île 75004 Paris, France
+33 1 43 26 19 22